Trunk-shaped box containing homeopathic drug bottles, 1845-1930
Scope and Contents
"A-2" written on sticker on outside of case. "HOMEOPATHIC / DRUG BOX" printed on card inside box.
Language of Materials
Object labels, inscriptions, etc. are primarily in English.
Conditions Governing Access
Warren Anatomical Museum objects are available for research access. Access is premised on the availability of space and staff to facilitate use. Contact Public Services for the Warren Anatomical Museum for more information.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
This object was given to the Harvard Medical School Library in 1940 by Dorothy L. Deane, who recieved it from Mrs. Richardson (nee Lamb) of Attleboro
These objects were processed as part of the Warren Anatomical Museum's 2019 LEAN project "Maximizing Cataloging Output for the Warren Anatomical Museum Instrumentation Backlog Through Minimal Processing."
Part of the Center for the History of Medicine (Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine) Repository
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